The Nintendo 3DS will allow users to copy games to internal memory according to a report in Japanese newspaper Nikkei, translated by Andriasang.
The software install feature will allow 3DS owners to store multiple games on memory rather than having to carry around a lot of cartridges.
Nintendo has come under pressure from third parties to do something about rampant DS piracy.
Yesterday Activision COO Thomas Tippl told GameSpot: "if they also address the piracy issues they have and upgrade the copyright protection system, I think [3DS is] going to be a big success"
Given that a lot of the piracy devices are cartridges that store multiple ROMs on micro-SD cards, perhaps Nintendo has decided that if you can't beat them...
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